Illabo to Stockinbingal project’s ICN Gateway site open to local suppliers

A new site on the ICN Gateway online supplier registration platform for the Illabo to Stockinbingal project is now open to local suppliers to express interest in available work packages.

Sleepers laying on a site of the Inland Rail track in Whitton Park, New South Wales.

Illabo to Stockinbingal project’s ICN Gateway site open to local suppliers.

A new project page on the ICN Gateway supplier engagement platform has been opened for the Illabo to Stockinbingal project.

The Illabo to Stockinbingal project is a 39km Greenfield section of Inland Rail that will bypass the townships of Cootamundra and Bethungra and the winding, steep section of track known as the Bethungra Spiral on the Main South line – creating a more efficient way to transport freight through the region.

Works in this section are expected to comprise construction of new single track standard gauge railway, various bridges, crossing loops, public and private level crossings and stock underpasses.

ICN Gateway connects prospective suppliers and subcontractors offering materials and services with Inland Rail’s Principal Contractors who are managing procurement activity for their construction projects.

Local and First Nations businesses are encouraged to create a company profile on ICN Gateway that is fully complete, up-to-date and accurate and also register their interest in work packages as they’re communicated.

The project’s General Registration of Interest will run until December 2023.

Keep visiting ICN Gateway to access information about the Illabo to Stockinbingal project’s estimated delivery timeframes and supply opportunities.